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Today we have a share that shows the versatility of our products and how you can make your business look 100% professional from the very beginning. Elma of Photography by Elma shares, "I am absolutely picky about my brand identity and consistency. When I first saw these products (the Client Order Planning Guide: Fine Art Style and Style Guide: Families (Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer) - introduced on design aglow, I immediately identified it as a product that would work well with my brand and more importantly, my message. By using the designs throughout my marketing material, I have created a recognizable theme and a cohesive look that I hope translates into a level of professionalism and style that clients can expect from our company. I customized and printed 5x5 trifolds for client ordering and an introduction to my business as an online brochure. Being able to customize Design Aglow products to my brand and color is one of the main reasons I love the products. That and the fact they just look so cool!" Thanks so much for sharing Elma! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! To see these products in the shop click the following links: Client Order Planning Guide: Fine Art Style, Style Guide for Spring/Summer: Families, Style Guide for Fall/Winter: Families


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